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-teens. >> reporter: don is the general manager of the white tail mountain resort which it's -- where it's the earliest opening since 2002. >> i'm real excited to be opened this early and looks like in the long range that this is going to stay with us for a while. >> it's awesome. i wasn't expecting to go snowboarding until maybe a month later. >> reporter: scott broom, wusa9. >> you and i are of like mind. we go to the ski resort but we sit inside, we watch the people outside. >> hot cocoa for me, please. >> yes, absolutely. >> sounds good. >>> it's cold. >> it is cold, yeah, it's going to be great weather for the skiers but it's not great for anything else that you might want to do outdoors. we are continuing to see those temperatures chillier than average and more clouds are on the way as well. let's start off with a look at the weather cam and we have a view of the capitol right now, 37 degrees at reagan national and just a few clouds drifting through. the dew point is 20, so the atmosphere isn't too bone dry but winds out of the north at 13 miles per hour certainly aren't going to h
jobs, high quality jobs. we really don't believe mcdonalds is going to save. >> you bring up the high paying high quality job issue, is that what this is all about? back in the 90s, nobody was complaining because those jobs went begging. now there's nowhere to go. >> in the real world there's nowhere to go. in the 80s, the minimum wage was closer to what a person could sustain themselves on. since the 80s since nothing got indexed, that has fallen farther away from the living wage. we spent a lot of money on social programs and the reason you spend money on social programs is because people don't eastern enough money. >> how do you handle the tips issue? what's going to happen to waiters and waitresses who are allowed to be paid much less? >> we came up with an elegant compromise. they'll have to pay 50% of the state minimum wage but they are liable up to the county's minimum wage. so for an employee who does not make the minimum wage -- >> and you are going to enforce this? >> we're going to enforce this. >> let's talk about the transit system. dozens of bus routes all up and down th
and the president just gotten out of two of them and the people of this country through the poll said, don't go to war in syria. we have to be judicious and careful. but look, i'm optimistic. the iranians came forward with ideas for the first time that put on the table that really begin to limit their own capacity and in some places, roll it back. ambassador, i can only hope you're right. >> i hope i'm right, too. >> let's get to that weather. >> this is a yellow alert day, here's wusa9's first alert weather. >> we'll talk some weather, because on one of the most busiest travel days on the year, of course we would see the nasty, nasty storm system going up the east coast. >> it seems like tuesday is a travel day. used to be wednesday, but everybody is traveling wednesday. i could say that it has been on time. >> check on the roads there going to grandma's house. >> my sister got in from l. a. on time. >> say hi to your sister. >> trying to travel from new york and newark, the farther north you go, the worse delays. all right, a live look outside. it's our live michael and son weather
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